Dude is clearly of Nigerian extraction so in case you been wondering why he no longer keeps in touch, wonder no more. Find the reason below!
Satan-obsessed former Los Angeles airport screener busted for making threats on eve of 9/11 anniversary
Nna Alpha Onuoha, 29, was collared late Tuesday and is being held on suspicion of making threats that cited the anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks. Onuoha is reportedly the TSA screener who made creepy comments to a teen about her clothing as she passed through LAX security in June.
BY NANCY DILLON / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Nna Alpha Onuoha, 29, was nabbed on Tuesday after making calling in threats to LAX and puting a menacing note inside his closet that referenced the Sept. 11 anniversary, sources say. On Onuoha’s personal website, satanhasfallen.org, he rambles about evil spirits and posts photos expressing his beliefs.
A Satan-obsessed airport security screener who allegedly made creepy comments to a teen traveler in June is behind bars on suspicion of calling in threats to LAX and taping a menacing note inside his closet invoking the Sept. 11 anniversary, FBI officials said.
Nna Alpha Onuoha, 29, worked for the TSA for seven years but was recently suspended after Los Angeles high school student Sarina Frauenfelder accused him of making inappropriate comments about her apparel as she passed through security June 16, a well-placed source told the Daily News.
“You’re only 15, cover yourself,” Onuoha allegedly said, according to a blog post by Frauenfelder’s dad, the founder of the popular blog Boing Boing.
Onuoha, a Nigerian national who’s now a naturalized U.S. citizen, was disgruntled over the resulting disciplinary action and flipped out Tuesday with a series of threats against LAX, officials said.
Investigators that went to Onuoha’s home found a note taped inside a closet that read ’09/11/2013 THERE WILL BE FIRE! FEAR! FEAR! FEAR!’
He abruptly quit his job and left a package at his former office that was treated as suspicious and inspected by a police bomb squad.
Investigators found no explosives or harmful substances, but the parcel contained an 8-page letter in which Onuoha “expressed his thoughts about the incident that led to his suspension and disdain for the United States,” an FBI spokeswoman said in a statement.
A man believed to be Onuoha also called an LAX checkpoint and told a screener that he had visited certain terminals that day and that TSA officials should evacuate the airport starting with Terminal 2, an FBI agent wrote in an affidavit filed Wednesday with a criminal complaint.
Onuoha worked for the TSA for seven years, but was recently suspended after after Los Angeles high school student Sarina Frauenfelder accused him of making inappropriate comments about her apparel as she passed through the LAX security line on June 16, sources say. Here, another photo from Onuoha’s site.
According to the affidavit, the caller said he would be “watching” to see if the TSA did as he directed.
A man believed to be Onuoha later called the TSA manager listed on the package and said the terminals should be evacuated immediately because the TSA was running out of time.
Onuoha also called LAX police and said they should evacuate the airport because he was “going to deliver a message to America and the whole world,” the FBI agent wrote in the affidavit.
A note from Onuoha’s website dated on the 12th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks: ‘I hope to see you all at the real Alpha and Omega checkpoint.’
The terminals in question were cleared without disrupting flights, and no threat to the airport was found.
Investigators with the FBI’s Joint Terrorism Task Force scrambled to Onuoha’s residence in nearby Inglewood and found it empty other than a note taped inside a closet that read “09/11/2013 THERE WILL BE FIRE! FEAR! FEAR! FEAR!” the FBI agent wrote.
Acting on a tip, investigators later found Onuoha in a van in the parking lot of Harvest Christian Fellowship Church in Riverside, a source told the News.
Onuoha’s website includes ramblings about evil spirits, Satan and the antichrist, such as the letter pictured.
“There was no evidence of any explosives or weapons found in the investigation,” the source said.
Onuoha was cooperative and said in a post-arrest interview that the taped note meant he intended to start preaching in the streets on Sept. 11, 2013, the FBI said.
He claimed he did not intend his telephone statements to be threats and he had no plans to become violent, the FBI said.
Investigators with the Joint Terrorism Task Force found a note taped up in Onuoha’s residence containing an ‘unspecified’ threat citing the 9/11/13 anniversary, an FBI spokeswoman said. Here, another note from Onuoha’s personal website.
Onuoha, a former National Guardsman who had been living in home for U.S. Veterans, has since been linked to a personal website, www.satanhasfallen.org, that includes rambling writing about evil spirits, Satan and the antichrist.
In one passage, Onuoha talks about his past struggles with pornography and prostitutes and his quest for “righteousness.”
He also called America a “great harlot” that corrupts “the innocent.”
Onuoha remained in custody Wednesday and had his initial detention hearing postponed to Monday.
He was charged with making the false threats against LAX and had his arraignment set for Oct. 1, officials said.